Chris Fearnley writes:
> 'Christoph Martin wrote:'
> >Chris Fearnley <email@example.com> writes:
> >> I've got a debian directory that I could distribute (it worked at one
> >> point). But I abandoned development when it became evident that the
> >> only way to use it legally in the US is to purchase from Stronghold.
> >Send it to me and I try it.
> I put a tar.gz at http://www.netaxs.com/~cjf/apache-ssl.debian.tar.gz
> or ftp://ftp.netaxs.com/people/cjf/apache-ssl.debian.tar.gz. It is
> only the debian maintainance files. No encryption. So you need to put
> the SSL patches in the apache-ssl directory. I forget all the
> assumptions I made, but I do know that I didn't clean it up like I
> normally would before publishing. Be careful!
Thanks Chris for the archive.
I just put my first version of apache-ssl on the debian-non-US
ftp-server. It is also availlable from
I used some of your configuration and did some own. If you want, I can
put you on the credits list.
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